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, totaling almost $4 trillion. it includes new tax hikes to offset additional spending for education and job-training. but republicans say it does nothing to address the nation's fiscal challenges. we'll discuss its approach to helping low income americans, later in the program. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu is warning the u.s. and the world against letting iran go ahead with any part of its nuclear program: he spoke in washington, a day after meeting with president obama. >> the leading powers of the world are talking about leaving iran with the capability to enrich uranium. i hope they don't do that because that would be a grave error. it would leave iran as a threshold nuclear power. >> woodruff: netanyahu also said that far from easing sanctions on iran, the world should increase them. he also urged the palestinians to recognize israel as a jewish state, if they really want peace. the process of removing syria's chemical weapons is picking up pace. the dutch diplomat overseeing the operation said today the assad regime has handed over six shipments of toxic agents. she spoke
of low interest rates. then on the government side we have less drag from tax increases and spending cuts than we had last year. so i think this year will be noticeably stronger than it was in 2013. >> let's get a quick thought on housing. i agree with most of what you said there bquibble with the ida that incomes are going up very much. there is i'm told a bit of a squeeze on affordability. incomes have not gone up enough to keep up with rising mortgage rates and rising prices. is housing going to slow markedly this year because of that? >> well, certainly affordability has declined from where it was a couple of years ago where we had mortgage rates at 3.25% and prices were down tremendously. however, prices are still down by about 1/5 from where they were at their peak in 2006. we are seeing some job growth, some income growth, and we do see lenders a little bit more willing to lend. so i think although affordability is down somewhat, it's still pretty good on a historical basis. and i think that will be enough to bring people into the housing market. >> thanks a lot, gus. appreciate yo
introduced budget and how it could affect your taxes. >>> there are gray skies around the bay area this noontime, but no rain. that may change tomorrow. rosemary is tracking what's heading our way. and she'll be here with the bay area forecast. >>> and despite recent rain, it may be too little too late in alameda county. the proposed water restrictions now under consideration. covered california is howt californians can take advantage of the affordable care act. we can help you get quality health insurance right now. to sign up, call 800-787-9159 or go to you can also use our website to find local, in-person help. one of the biggest questions we get here is, "does covered california offer financial assistance?" yes. covered california is the only place that gives you financial help with your coverage. millions of californians will qualify. find out if you do. all plans include free preventive care. now, you might have a question about what that means. it means free mammograms, immunizations, cancer screenings, and more. it's a big list, and it's all free. so don't wa
pushing for one of the steepest sales taxes in the bay area. >> please don't tell me they're going to raise it again. >> the tradeoff that supporters say would be worth the sacrifice. >> he says he spotted a burglar in his backyard. >> i wasn't thinking straight. >> how a risky confrontation came to a dramatic end. >> after the break, mourning a classmate killed by a train. the fateful decision that cost a young girl her life. >>> critics call uber the wild west. some cities are looking to crackdown on how many vehicles are providing services through ridesharing apps. seattle is working to cap the number of uber, and lift cars on the road at any given time. amber lee is in san francisco, where one city leader says regulation might be enough to improve public safety here. >> reporter: holding a public hearing here at city hall thursday. he wants to discuss ways to regulate this industry. >> on a cold, wet night like this. people are anxious to get home. a quick tap on an app, such as uber, or lift can get you a ride. >> it tells me that there's an increase, due to prime time, and i
the state who are dodging their tax payments. the agency released its list today of the top 500 sales and tax delinquencies and they owe $515 million. nine of the alleged tax yes are located in the 6 in -6z 6 in 6 bay area counties. toping this list statewide is a sacramento business registered as richard w.p. owing more than $3.8 million. coming in second, is kings dry wall supply. three-day blights incorporated in anaheim rounds out the top three. the bay area companies on this list include universal floor covering and hayward, north bay wellness group in santa rosa. a and a sales and marketing which does business and san jose's celebrity services. we posted the full list of the tax offenders on our website, if you'd like to take a look at it. >> the transportation agency voted unanimously this afternoon to expand a pilot program that limits where oversized vehicles such as mobile homes are allowed to park overnight in the city. the program began last june after complaints from city residents who said the vehicle owners were littering, taking up parking spaces and causin
," a capitol hill heavyweight tells nancy cordes about his new plan to revolutionize the tax code. >>> plus dr. david agus with the controversy over fertility treatment. does it go too far to stop birth defects? >>> we begin with this morning's "eye-opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> we saw the news that the storm was coming so we went down to the city yard to pick up sandbags. >> the west coast braces for a washout. southern californiaens loading up on supplies ahead two of pacific storms. >> many people worried about mudslides. >> water comes over, it looks like niagra falls. >> dropping temperatures from the midwest to the east, 20 to 30 degrees below normal. >> adding to the cold-weather problems, ice jams. >> you look at it and it's mass destruction. can't stop the ice. >> jan brewer won't say if she'll veto a controversial bill that allows arizona businesses to deny service to gays and lesbians. >> there's a lot of things we can bring into the state, and this just doesn't help at all in any of those. >> general motors links more deaths to a faulty ignition switch,
. >>> now, to the south bay, where san jose voters will soon be asked to decide to renew a tax to fund the stie libraries. it is set to expire next year. the city council asked voters to renew tax. it raises about $8 million a year. >>> president obama unveiled his 2015 budget today. it calls for $3.9 trillion in spending. the president went to an elementary school in washington, d.c. to highlight his plans for increased spending in education. it also includes money for public works, and end certain tax breaks for the wealthy. republicans don't like it. more details on what's included for california. it calls for $37 million to help restore san francisco bay, and the delta. more than $300 million to expand two major border crossings with mexico, but it would cut community block services grants to $30 million from $60 million. >>> new at 10:00, the family of the woman who disappeared from san francisco general hospital has filed a legal claim against the city. lynne spalding was found dead in a seldom used stairwell, more than two weeks after she was reported missing. her family is seek
. >> lawmakers want to know how some of the wealthy americans can hide billions from the tax man. >> i'm john henry smith, a son knocks off his dad's old team. >> we'll share messages from our imprisoned colleagues. before we go to break, we want to share a letter peter wrote from prison. >> we have been doing what every journalist would, recording and trying to make sense of the events with fairness and balance. when the egyptian government declared the muslim brotherhood to be a terrorist organisation, it knocked the wind out of them. talking to them became on act of treason, however >> a live look at the statue of liberty in new york. the new york harbour, a clear but chilly quay. >> the top stories - the army disqualified 588 soldiers from positions of trust. after a major probe into sexual all the. investigate juniors sifted through records of 20,000 military members. it's unclear if the soldiers were kicked out of the military or assigned to new positions. >> members of an armed pro-rush amilitia has taken over some buildings in crimea. they are flying an american flag. it comes as ukra
? they will have to pay taxes than buried treasure. their state and federal tax bill is estimated to be $4.7 million. that is according to tax experts who say those gold coins are under the federal level. the couples tax bill for those gold coins due right away. april 15th. i don't like that part. >> see. all right. >>> time is 5:10. the bart board debating a plan to ban transit strikes in the future. coming up why the controversial proposal may be coming to a screeching halt. >> all i did was duck. and slammed on the brakes. >> scary story. target of an east bay freeway shooting and he's describing his terrifying ordeal in an interview you will see only on 2. >> and we have word of a brand new crash here in the oakland area. it sounds like it is blocking all the lanes of 24 near the 580 interchange. we are also looking at the approach on 580 to the richmond bridge. everything is wet. it will be a challenging commute. please be careful. >> we do have some breaks in the rain. especially favoring the coast. >>> good morning. some very heavy rain. around hayward, fremont, pittsburg. there wil
that is favored by republicans. president obama wants to expand the earned income tax credit for another 13 million americans. that program gives tax breaks to the working poor. the president would pay its $60 billion costs by closing loopholes for wealthier taxpayers, $300 billion for highways bridges and transit. the budget is nearly $4 trillion. that's slightly higher than the current budget. >>> the president is trying to put the middle east peace process back on track this morning, meeting with prime minister benjamin netanyahu monday. they discussed syria, iran and stalled negotiations with the palestinians. pressing netanyahu to meet a compromise. netanyahu says israel is doing its part. >> the best way is to do this is be strong. that's what the people of israel expect of me to stand strong against russia, to stand strong. >>> this morning the fight against cell phone theft is gaining some momentum. new york congressman's bill comes after a similar push in the senate. elaine quijano looks at the controversy that's also getting support from the police commiss
proposapropo. it pulls back cuts to social security, approves new money for education and higher taxes for the wealthy. it also includes projection on unemployment. ton employment rate was 6.6% in january and it's projected to not hit prerecession levels. falls to 5.4% in 2018. that's ten years after the recession began. >>> electronic retailer radioshack says it's close about 1,100 of its stores. in stores that were open at least a year, sales dropped 19% last quarter. radioshack has admitted its stores are out of date and needs a makeover. >>> and unite airlines is cracking down on passengers with oversized bags. they'll be sent back to ticket counter, they'll be charged a $25 bagged fee. too many passengers are trying to put too much in the overhead bin. anne-marie. >> i've seen those. they're basically suitcases they're trying to pass off as carry- carry-on. >>> texas held its first state wide election at this time of year. she won the democratic nomination for governor. she'll face attorney general greg abbott. cornyn and sessions defeated tea party challenges and george p. bush w
. >> reporter: next to the eyebrow hub is the liberty tax service. you would hardly notice it from the road and that's a problem, says owner brett meltser. so he hired this man. meet andy goodwin. he is a professional statue of liberty. rain or shine, andy marches across the parking lot to the corner of cabot and emola. he let's folks know they can get their taxes done right here in the strip mall. but there's a problem. >> the city decided they don't like sinewavers. >> reporter: napa has an ordinance against distracting signs. the city says that includes human signs, too. >> he indicated there is a $500 a day fine if i continue to do that. >> reporter: so brett had an idea. he added this small line to the bottom of the sign protesting the ordinance and said, poof! andy is now a protestor. and brett says protesting is legal. is this protesting or marketing? >> this is protesting. i wanted to market, but basically the city has said i can't do it this way. so it's a protest. >> reporter: statue of liberty andy says folks are supportive. people wave and people honk. andy says he likes being
the bart board went d with the meausre - they wou not support and extenstion n alameda tax extension that would greatly benefit the system. the unions told bart directors that they only ha much campaign money - and tt they could spend it either to help convince voters to pass the tax - oro fight the strike ban - bart stands to gain or $700 million in the tax pas- ad-lib colum highlights. anchor reaction still to our drt motivated an extreme makeover...that you can do plus, some california lawmakers support lowering e drinking age for wine. but's not for everyone. coming up...we'll explain. oc:"it's all ahead on face e nation" officials say a deadly knife attack ,,,,,,,,,,,, in train station in china w terrorist attack victims say a group of moren 10 people armed with long ks stormed a train station. the attackers slashed anybody ty saw. 29 people are dead and 143 others were hurt. pe killed four of the assailan. they are calling it terrori- and blaming muslim separati rescuers say about 100 good samaritans came together yesterday to help them find three people buried in a
tax proposals meant to help low and middle-income families. the white house says the president's budget plan reflects his desire to try to reduce income disparity. by law, the president is required to release a budget plan but for the most part congress usually ignores it and comes up with its own budget. >>> 7:17. back here at home, the oakland police department is hiring and the department is hoping to fill its ranks with some home- grown talent. right now, the oakland police department has 616 police officers and the money to hire 91 more. the department says reaching out to local recruits, that has been a challenge. that's why they are targeting people as early as high school. and they are using technology like social media and text messages to reach the candidates. >> we're recruiting a younger generation, we're much more tech savvy than people were in the past. they are making use of social media so we're going to them. >> the starting salary for for an oakland police officer ranges from $69,000 to $98,000 a year. >>> happening now -- the final day of mardi gras celebrati
and job training and ends tax breaks for the wealthy. they don't like it and house speaker john boehner said it is his most irresponsible budget. the budget calls for $37 million to help restore the bay and more than 3 million for the border crossings in missionco and would bored it from 445, i had ward snow dap, he will take part in a southwest festival. what the community can do against mass surveillance. edward snowden is still in russia where he was granted asylum. he faces espionage for leaking classified information about surveillance programs. one of the biggest airlines is now strictly enforcing its carry on luggage policy. they will no longer tolerate oversized bags on board their trains. they will be stopped to check their bags in. united is trying to make sure there is enough room in overhead bins for all of its passengers. >>> they are getting some good news about the gold coins they found on their property. the they are up to $10 million but they may have come from a theft at the u.s. mint building and if that was true, they would be considered evidence. the coins would be
a friend to tax to pay for general services. they want to expand or lower an existing tax on cable television and landlines to include cell phones. this measure could go on the november ballot. >>> a bizarre attempted murder case in the south bay, police say the weapon was a speeding car targeting total strangers. >>> we are live in san jose where a fire ripped through a town home come plex, we will tell you how many people were affected and what they are saying this morning. >>> it is a rough one, we will give you drive times an alternate routes. >>> still some morning rain, hit and miss, more rain is on the way and we have a stronger system with more rain on the way, details coming up. [ sports announcer ] here's another one, alyson dudek. hales corners, wisconsin. nice pass by alyson dudek. can she hang on to that spot? and she does! [ male announcer ] with the u-verse wireless receiver, your tv goes where you take it, allowing inspiration to follow. ♪ [ dad ] looks pretty good, right? [ girl ] yeah. [ male announcer ] switch to u-verse and add a wireless receiver today. ♪ .
,000 a month to stay home, money that comes from your tax dollars. >> in this situation where you have somebody forced to leave his office, he's no longer doing the people's business, therefore i think there's an open question as to whether or not they should continue to get paychecks. >> reporter: this professor of george law school says the state must be careful taking away pay too early in the legal process. >> it could also look bad to kick people out before they're convicted. >> reporter: but it's argued there ought to be tougher standards. >> public officials should always be held to a higher standard. they are acting on the public's behalf. >> reporter: there are no specific rules about forfeiting salaries. a senate leader currently darrell steinberg is allowed to use his discretion when determining whether a lawmaker should get paid or not. >> consistently the legislative bodies have not expelled members until they're proven guilty. so until they're expelled they're treated as if they're still on the job to a certain extent. >> reporter: the last time a senator was expelled was 109
nearly $8,000 a month to stay home. money that comes from the tax dollars. >> in this situation where you have somebody who's been forced to leave his office, host no longer doing -- he's no longer doing the people's business. therefore i think there's an open question as to whether or not they continue to get their paychecks. >> reporter: the professor says the state must be careful taking pay away early. >> before they're convicted. >> reporter: but they article there out to be tougher -- ought to be stuffer standards. >> they are octobering on -- acting on the public's behalf. >> reporter: as it stands the senate leader is allowed to use his discretion when determining whether a lawmaker is paid or not. >> consistently, the legislative bodies tend to handle it that they don't actually expel a member until the member has been proven guilty and so until the member is expelled, they're treated as if they're still on the job to a certain extent. >> reporter: the last time a senator was expelled was 109 years ago. it was a system that does not appear likely to change anytime soon. >> and th
safety issues these to educate drivers. let's just say is your tax dollars at work. >> for example, the driver of this truck was holding his cell phone while he was driving. this is in violation. >> so this officer will have a chat with him. he was one of many looking for distracted drivers 3 >> the sure phone have a desk- >> the driver stated, this is a truck that i never dry. my car has chance for a, i just happen to be picking up something. >> if so, the first time he was not driving handsfree, he got caught. >> it is not always about giving out ticket but about educating the driver. >> this is not want to be any of that. they would know that you have been stopped before for been on your cell phone. >> this person was also quoted as cell phone. when officer approached, she said she was not driving. >> the you know you are operating at card use and is wrong? >> listen what she says when i talk tour. >> how're you today? >> fine. how're you. >> d. no i am. >> you are the behaving badly guy. >> why am i here? >> because i was caught the had been badly. >> he could not resist search
voters will also decide on a soda tax on the november ballot. the legislation would levy a 2-cent per ounce tax on sugary drinks sold in the city. the tax measure would require two-thirds voter approval to pass. those "nutrition facts" labels on nearly every food package in grocery stores are getting a new look. this is video of some of the current. often misleading nutritional information on packaging. on the new labels. calories will be in larger, bolder type, and consumers for the first time would know whether foods had added sugars. serving sizes would be more realistic. a serving of ice cream, for example, would double to a full cup, closer to what people actually eat. these new nutrition labels are likely several years away. today will likely be the final day of testimony in the drugged driving trial of kerry kennedy. the ex-wife of gov. andrew cuomo and daughter of the late sen. robert f. kennedy says she accidentally ingested sleeping pill overtook her senses without warning. that led to a wild drive on a new york freeway. a drive she cannot recall. she doesn't remember swervi
will be paying less at the pump starting july 1st. state board lowered excise tax by three and a half cents per gallon. it's based on a formula looking at consumption and gas price projections >> same knowledge putting a man on the moon going to help the state of california with its drought problem. nasa can't make it rain but explaining what it can do to help department to do more with what it has. abc7 morning news anchor reports. >> everybody knows that nasa has a fleet of satellites orbiting the earth. you may ne they may monitor patterns on earth but that is now going to focus on california. >> they provide us with a global perspective but that does include california. >> nasa and department of water resources holding two days of meetings to discuss how this partnership would work. we've got a preview of how this can provide you with... >> long term change information and in snow. >> that is no back >> you can see long term depression changes which can be measured in feet. >> nasa satellites and data gathering aircraft can monitor wind patterns that create and move rain storms. >> you can
to the artificial limb allowing the hand to perform multiple taxes simultaneously and intuffitivelntuitively. >> they are starting to implement that. eventually it will will make out to a human being. >> until then, katie walker's training hard for the 100-meter sprint. she hopes to compete in the 2016 paralympics until brazil. jason is searching for the next do. >> i try to inspire people every day because i think people give up way too easy. i do what i do. i am not super superman. i am jusjason. >> we love watching this and seeing how technology can actually, like, help people feel more human. when you think about it, it's like cold and technical, like inhuman sort of machine. but it was helping people to do things that made them feel like participate. >> thanks, phil. that was such a cool story. crystal, you've got something interesting coming up for us. >> my story will make all of you a little bit jealous. i got to study how technology is being applied to wine making. valley. >> we will check that out after this. >> every sunday night, al jazeera america brings you conversations you wo
in back taxes. the rapper says it will take six months to repay the debt, because of the way he plans to do it. [ laughter ] >> this morning's "eye-opener" is presented by toyota. let's go places. >>> >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." good morning, norah. >> good morning, charlie. >>> as you wake up in the west, there are signs that the crisis in ukraine may be ended by diplomats and not armies. it may not be easy. top officials from ukraine, russia, the united states, britain, and france are in paris paris. the west is ready to offer ukraine billions of dollars in economic aid, but secretary of state john kerry says this morning that the russians and ukrainians have not yet agreed to meet face to face. >> kerry said yesterday in ukraine's capital that russia broke international law, but there's no need over the violation. >> president obama and i want to make it clear to russia and to everybody in the world that we are not seeking confrontation. it is not appropriate to invade a country and at the end of a barrel of the gun dictate what you are trying to achi
will get a slight break at the pump starting july 1 when the tax on gasoline will drop 3.5 cents a gallon. the board of equalization voted to lower the tax for a year. the board is requiring to adjust the rate accord to a complex formula. >> hope the gas tank is filled this morning because you hate getting wet in the morning. >> it will be one of the days where the boss will cut you some slack. >> here is a look at what is going on: lake tahoe is clear with the rain leaving cloverdale and toward guerneville. that is why we are seeing heavier rain in your neighborhood. we are following the batch pulling away from concord headed to pittsburg and clayton and antioch which is next. headed to 680 you can see where it meets we have light-to-moderate radar stretching up to napa all headed to the eat. it should be out are your neighborhood in the next ten or 20 minutes. you can see green if the bay area but mostly drizzle and light rain. we have lightning offshore but they will come ashore with a second wave coming at us in three hours. maybe four hours. that is the beginning of the floodgates op
. . >>>. >>> state law make irs are considering a bill that would give tax breaks to anyone who adopts a dog or a cat from a shelter. if it is approved, anyone who adopted from a shelter in the state would receive a $100 tax refund from the state. supporters say the bill would encourage more people to take some of the 800 thousand dogs and cats that end up in shelters each year in california. jeremy brown made it official today, he is running for an unprecedented fourth term as gorn nor. at the alameda county rej stars office because he served his first two terms in the 70s before the state had a term limits law, he was not precluded from running again. brown said his reasons for seeking re-election are simple. there are things he still wants to do and also, he likes the job. >> every morning i get up, and i like to go to work, i like to dig into the budget, dig into the legislation. >> governor brown says if he is reelected, he would not rule out running from some other office. >> autopsy results show after at a toxic mix of hern and drugs, just today. a mix of her win cocaine, and bo so die as peen
the tax revenue, that was not the plan. >> no. we never had those scheduled to be ready by super bowl because of the environmental process of building on a landfill. >> reporter: officials dispute reports that say project led by joe montana will not be ready by the super bowl, the city is trying to get his project of two hotels and a restaurant opened by 2016 for the $3.5 million in tax revenue and to use the fame keep the -- fame to keep the coastativity -- the festivities close. >> if it were open in time for the super bowl the lines would be very long and lot of people excited to get inside. . >> reporter: officials say even though san francisco is the host city other cities will benefit and they expect to finalize the deal within the next two months. robert handa, ktvu channel 2 news. >> we took a tour of the stadium, looking inside the team's locker room, walking on the field and checking out the coolers for beer there at the stadium. watch our tour on >>> documents providing information about the brutal killing of a 15-year-old san jose boy. he was stabbed to death
a trip funded by a private group actually saves tax payers money and gives him more flexibility than official congressional trips. >>> people living in the midwest and northeast say they are getting tired of the extreme winter they've been experiencing. now, a growing number of them are heading to warmer destinations instead. the website says the number of hotel booking the in warm spots made by illinois, new york, massachusetts and washington, d.c. was up 7% last month compared to last year. florida, california, and arizona are their top destinations. >>> 7:17. tori, now to developing news about b.a.r.t. this morning. a problem in the transbay tube. it is disrupting b.a.r.t. service systemwide. tara moriarty is live in oakland. what's going on? >> reporter: well, it seems like the problem might be getting better. we're here at the west oakland b.a.r.t. station. the last train that pulled in, it did not wait on the platform. it took off right away. the official word is that bart is on a 20-minute delay this morning. so definitely give yourself some extra time to get whe
million a year in tax money. >> the los angeles airport police chief says their communication system has been fixed after a glitch prevent a faster response to a government last fall. the chief says the system has been tested repeatedly since the shooting and is working properly. when the november shooting started, a screening supervisor picked up an emergency fund but no location was automatically transmitted to a dispatcher. it took 90 seconds before dispatchers knew where to send police. a woman has been placed on probation for trying to sneak through sfo and go to hawaii three times. marilyn hartz and try to get on planes bound for hawaii on february 15th 18th and 20th. the first time she made it through security and onto an airplane but was caught when the actual seek holder arrived. the second time she was caught at the security gate. the final touch was found with a discarded morning pass and was arrested. on thursday, she pleaded no contest to two counts of misdemeanor commercial burglary. hartman tells authority's that she has cancer and she wanted to go somewhere warm. >> 43 ye
ulockoursystem nural. so y havpeacof mind fromtarto fish. >> pam: a paris as he caught a tax taxes and day care worker sleeping on the job. he even snapped a photo of the incident at the little angels were learning center lindsey has more on the explanation the day care is getting for the workers nap. >> reporter: for the children at little angels learning center in food revealed that time is a daily. in pflugerville >> reporter: but only for the kids. >> reporter: so you can imagine how surprised a father was when he came to pick up his for your old son at about one of the day care worker sleeping with several children are around her. >> i yelled out haight and she did not hear me so that i said it again, haight, the third time when i yelled she finally woke up. hey! >> reporter: with the help of his and torture michael tells me he stopped by to check on his 4 year old son robert was of the teenage t teacher with her head down on the desk he'd only been in day care five days >> there are three and four year old kids and the classroom there are just way too young to have supervision. >> reporte
to a 2% hike in the hotel tax to fund infrastructure projects. our media partner "the mercury news" backed a measure raising the tax from 12% to 14%. the increase is expected to generate an dirk $2.4 million a year. the funds used to replace fire stations, rehabilitate parks and build parking garages. >>> if you're a commute taking your way to work through the b.a.r.t. station, find another way there. >> nobody's getting on a train, no b.a.r.t. service between hayward and fremont at this hour this morning. they're hoping to resume by 6:30. 6:35-ish. what you need to do, get yourself to the hayward station if you're going into san francisco. trmp at bayfair or straight to the bayfair station to get into san francisco. expect delays on b.a.r.t. this morning and, of course, the parking lots are going to be filled, because everybody's maneuvering around to find parking to get to the various stations. no other mass transit delays. a.c. transit, a great way to get around this b.a.r.t. closure. go outside now. a look at the san mateo bridge and traffic may be getting heavy here as well du
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with an extra tax. >>> you can vote for your favorite contestant. >> viewers who use google search and facebook will use it rather than waiting for it to end. they will use it per contestant. we will find out which contestant will be eliminated and one of the fingers is still in the running and you can catch american idle right here on channel 2. >>> prevent being transit strikes, bart's board meeting and what transit officials want them to give them. >>> we are live in morgan hill where a tanker truck has spilled onto the roadway, homes have been evacuated and we will let you know southbound 101. . >>> welcome back the opening bell, a lot of stocks to watch, particularly the retailers, we told you about best buy returning to profits and i have to tell you, analystels are very concerned about jc penny if there is a big economic shock and kohl's are better than expected. seers posted a lot bash sears posted a lot but not as bad aspected. >>> thursday, february 2 th, i am dave clark . i guess your son works for plaque rock? >> prepping the bell. >> that was him if. >> not him, works for him. >>>
marijuana are hard-working tax paying would rather enjoy marijuana in the evening than alcohol. >> reporter: says they will not pursue a ballot measure this year despite national momentum. the alliance feels they will have a greater chance californian if they wait until the next presidential election in 2016 when more young people are expected to vote. she does agree that delaying is better. >> the old guard will not be bolting in would be i'd move more of a host of younger people vaulting. voting. >> catherine: tonight -- fremont police are looking for a man who tried to burglarize a house and car friday. this is a surveillance photo of the man.captured by a home surveillance camera. police say the man was carrying black gloves andback-p they're also looking for a the area at the time. >> catherine: there was a slow-moving police chase today -- across the bay bridge and into san francisco. it caused a huge traffic mess this morning. at one point - even shutting down the toll plaza for awhile. >> catherine: police chased a truck westbound along the bay bridge. eventually.the driver rolled t
for this time of budget. giving tax breaks to middle and lower classes. i would say this as a working-class a budget that's being proposed. >>: i wanted to get to take all radio shack. we saw the super bowl had. >>: this is an irrelevant company. >>: 10 years ago amazon have $5 billion in electronic cells. now, amazon it 10 times that. this left them and their dirt. i've often said jokingly if anyone ever spot. there's so little likelihood that there will ever be there. >>: does this day and a it it's just not relevant. i hope the company can be saved by maybe best by acquiring them for a small shower room. >>: addition efforts made their relationship with disney. fifth if you get all. thank-you rob barrett will see him coming up and i 15 for winners and losers. >>darya: syria said at then the south florida on the release of remaining police video of the justin d. burke during his arrest in january. a judge is going to decide whether video of the burger king into a cup for a drug test is an invasion of privacy. you really needed just to tell us if that's the basis? bieber has pleaded
and that means they can no longer raise taxes, pass emergency legislation or put constitutional amendments without getting republican support. >>> new this morning, day two of the murder trial comes to an end. this is vie yes. last valentine's day. oscar pistorius said he thought she was an intruder. one of his neighbors said she heard screams and then gunshots on thep day of the murder and he heard screaming and requested privacy. >>> a furry visitor at the ski resort which shut down and why officials say it may not be the last time this happens. >>> live in san rafael why police are concerned over a violent crime and weep see traffic is family is moving along relatively well. you may want to add some extra time at the toll plaza and we will give you the drive times straight ahead. >>> outside of our doors we we have a live look and how long will we be dry? i am tracking a new storm in the extended forecast, coming up. . >>> welcome to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. they are concerned in a recent surge in crime. we are there with the impact this may have on other crimes, brian? >> repor
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news reports the city council nan moupsly backed a measure raises taxes from 12% to 14% expected to generate an additional $2.4 million a year. the funds would be used to replace fire stations, rehabilitate parks and build parking garages. >>> 4:38. we, of course have that continuing problem on b.a.r.t. sue will inform you on that in a second. first up, mike with the weather. >>> good morning again. zoomed in on half moon bay where it's improved about a mile and a half to two miles. fog is hanging around half moon bay this morning. be careful there. where we're seeing the thickest fog on live doppler 7 hd this morning. maybe a sporadic sprinkle this morning, a drizzle along the coast, higher elevations mainly cloudy throughout the morning commute. there may be a better chance of light rain really far up across the north bay, up in northern sonoma county and northern napa county. starting off mild, though. low it to mid-50s. 60 as noon. day planner showing the best chance of steady rain in the north. it quickly moves across the rest of our neighborhoods during the evening rush hou
she moved out. . >>> they have released a list of tacks tell lynn -- tax delinquents. the north bay wellness group marketing of fremont, each have 900,000 and total overdue a half billion dollars. there will be changes made to the scholastic test. those who administer the sat, say there will be changes and they are upgrading and the changes will be in effect in 2016. >>> this is a case making  national news a teenager in new jersey is suing her parents for support. she asked for immediate assistance including paying her tuition, her living expenses and her college tuition but a judge yesterday rejected the teenagers' request. >> she is being steered down the wrong area and it is killing us. >> rachel's parents said she voluntarily moved out and into her best friend's home because she didn't want to obey her parents' rules anymore. >>> and around the world, today marks the first day of lent, ash wednesday and it is a season of prayer leading up to easter. many give up something during lent and other activity, and many are holding ash wednesday's services. >>> he hit the jackpot aft
right now. many big u.s. corporations paying very little taxes. that is weighing in on the markets. tesla bay area company record high after word that it will start making more efficient battery. >>> the huge data breach has taken a toll on target. the retailer says customers stayed away because of concerns about the problem. they also warn cost related to the breach could effect the next earnings report. >>> time is 6:56. police in san leandro are warning people about burglars posing as utility workers. the latest hit was on saturday. we talked to a victim who didn't want to be identified. the victims claimed they were from the water company and needed to check their home. while she was distracted by one burglar she says the others went upstairs and stole cash, jewelry and a handgun. the thieves are two men and a woman. the most recent burglary happened saturday on kenyon avenue. >>> this is my favorite story of a day. a man and woman walking their dog in the gold country where they live came across buried treasure. they spotted rusted canisters. barely visible in the dirt. they p
on the tax thing. he would not let up on that. it seems answering the clarion call on these people on these antiobamacare ad. are these real people out there? are these real people with real problems? senator harry reid took to the floor yesterday and said these are fake. watch. >> there's plenty of horror stories being told. all of them are untrue. but those tales turned out to be just that. tales. stories made up from whole cloth. lies distorted by republicans to grab headlines or make political advertisements. >> clayton, when he came up and brought that thing up about mitt romney, by the way, everybody knows mitt romney doesn't pay taxes. he doesn't even know mitt romney. unsubstantiated claims. again unsubstantiated claims. all made up. really? listen. >> when i called and found out ours was being canceled, from there trying to kind of work through that and just running into glitch after glitch, a dozen different glitches just trying to fill out the application. >> my doctors are no longer available in my network. this is delaying all my treatment and surgery. m
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to know the facts. there are currently no credit score or income requirements to qualify. you can get tax-free money from the equity in your home. you can use the money to pay off your current mortgage if you have one. the remaining money can be used for anything. there's no monthly mortgage payments. and you still own your home! call today to get your free guide and dvd. it explains how a government-insured reverse mortgage works. there's no obligation. one reverse mortgage is a quicken loans company. their licensed experts can answer all your questions. call to find out what a great solution this can be. don't wait, call now! ♪ [ male announcer ] spring is calling. get sta-green fertilizer now just $8 at lowe's. ♪ >> hollywood's visual effect teams are using advance technology these day and it is hard to tell what is real or computer generated. >>> katie marzullo shows us oscar nominees and how the magical moments are created. >> houston, do you copy? >> from "paragraph -- "gravity" the nominees show how far technology has come since 1978 "star wars." >> they created the visual effe
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